>i*HtTwo - Diytnevm* (Art.) courier news — oaniroijr, AUfun, a>, no — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor MARRIED- Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Gunter Goff were married Saiur- day, Aug. 13 at First .Baptist... Church. The bride is the former Miss Frances Elaine Fbrd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ward Ford. Mr. Goff is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Goff. Phone PO 8-4461 Baptists To Present Turner Drama A drama "Cry Dawn in Dark Babylon" by P. W. Turner will be presented in the sanctuary of First Baptist Church tomorrow night, 7:30-o'clock. Members of file cast include Frank Huffman, Jr.; Stacy M. Clanton, Martha Huffman. Charles B. Smith, Patty.: Sue Harris, Ron Wilson, Bette R. Bateman, Charlotte -Tolley • and Ken Johnson. . . The production iStaff includes Dennis- Hill, Susie Seymore, Harold Martin, director, and Ken .Johnson and L. Bateman, j assistant directors. New lighting equipment and a new dimmer board will be in use for the production to which the public is invited. NEWS OPTHE liiniiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiinmiiiiiiwmiinniiiiniii 1 Girl Scout leaders and service teams will meet at the Scout Little Hut on Sept. 8 at 9:30 a.m. '••••. Mrs. Edwin Weedman, new says the new addition to the Little Hut is-in need of furnishings. Anyone haying tables, chairs, asked to call Mrs. Weedman at PO 3-3451. E.H.C. MEETING NOTES ~Goff-Ford Wedding Held First Baptist Church ... Miss Frances Elaine Ford and . u ;Bonny Gunter Goff were mar- 3&8' Aug. 13 at First Baptist Church. The .Rev.' Alvji Carpenter, pastor, officiated-. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ward Ford. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Preston Goff. All are of Blytbeville. Twin pyramids of white tapers formed a background for floor baskets of white gladioli which flanked the satin covered prte djgii on which the couple knelt. -•Mrs. C. M. Smart, organist, and Mrs. John -Hyde, soloist, presented a musical program. ,/Jiijrs. Jimmy .Maxwell was rrikjjron of honor and bridesmaids-were Miss Claudia Klene and'Mss Nancy AdMsson. Their dresses were floori length pastel pink linen with short sleeves, ah Empire bodice and an A-line skirt framed in a band of matching linen lace. Floor length panels were attached:to the waist at the back. They wore headpieces of pink organza roses centered with tiny pearls and pink and silver leaves, caught with pink illusion. Each of the attendants carried one.long stemmed rose tied with plwi satin. ..Th'e bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding dress designed by herself and made by her mother. The floor length gown was of re - embroidered Alencon lace over white peau de soie and featured an Empire bodice with a batteau neckline and long petal pointed sleeves.. .£: rose motif on the bodice BR£. sleeves .was outlined with seed pearls and a chapel train extended from a large peau de 'soie bow at the back of the waist. 'j-The straight skirt fell from a band of peau de soie at the wajs.t, and ended in a scalloped hemline. Her veil was caught to the head with a peau de soie rose with embroidered leaves, and she wore a string of pearls, a gift from the groom. The bride carried a white satin prayer book topped with a corsage of white rosebuds and Showered with valley lilies. Mr. Goff served his son as best man. ' . ;.„ . • -.--; Ushers were Jimmy Maxwell, Clyde O'Neal and Eddie Ford Jr. Mrs. Ford wore a dress o! yellow silk shantung with a jacket of shantung overlaid with chiffon, Her accessories were in yellow and she complemented her costume with a green and yellow glamellia corsage. The mother of the bridegroom selected a turquoise gown trimmed with matching lace, with which she wore a white feather hat and white accessories. Her corsage was a white glamellia. Mr- and Mrs. Ford entertained with a reception in fellowship hall of the church following the wedding. The bride's table was covered with an imported heirloom zut- work cloth over pink and was centered with an arrangement of pink gladioli and rosebuds, accented with miniature white mums and centered with a silvered wedding bell. The tiered cake was decorated with miniature white swans and was topped with the traditional figures of a bride and groom. Miss Beatrice Winningham of Harrisburg, presided at the punch bowl and cake was served by Miss Treena Johnson and Mrs. Mike Keener. ; A guest book table was covered with a white cutwork cloth and held an arrangement of pink and white blossoms. Mrs. Larry Goff of Luxora, was in charge of the guest book. Other wedding assistants were Mrs. Roland Davis, Mrs. Clinton Smith, Mrs. Ted King, Mrs. Cecil Lunsford of Chicago and Mrs. Charles Richey Of Tupelo, Miss. Rice bags were distributed by Miss Sharon Davis. Each of the recaption assistants received a gift corsage. When the couple left on a wedding trip to the Ozarks, the bride -- Mrs. Steve Eatoion and Mrs. LeRoy Ross were co-hostesses Thursday night to members of Homemakers E.H. Club. Mrs. Robert Richards, president, presided -at the meeting; The club creed was led by Mrs. Eatmon and the song of t h e month by Mrs. Harold "Hampton. Mrs. Eatmon gave the devotional and roll call was answered by "My Favorite Vacation." Plans were made for a work- Shop to be held on Aug. 25 at 7:30 o'clock at the nursing home. A bake sale also was planned for the next meeting. A discussion was heard on what kind of leaders children like. Refreshments were served by Sie hostesses. Next meeting will be Sept. 13 at the home of Mrs. F. B. Riggs. District Meet Held Mrs. J. B. Cunningham, district deputy president of Rebekah Assembly, presided at the district meeting held Thursday night in Corning. Other Blytbeville women attending were Mrs. Grace Morphew, outside guardian, Mrs. W. J. Willingham, marshal, Mrs. Virgil Hill, Mrs. John Shinault and Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, president of the Rebekah Assembly, all of Joy 57. Following the business meet- to her dufleg as !? B ., an ,/^' i0n ?*£ held with this morning for Washington,'D. Cecil MeGhee of Tyronza as" auctioneer. A dinner followed. The next district meeting will be at Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 in October. was wearing a turquoise voile A - line dress featuring a lace collar centered with a handmade turquoise rose. She wore a lace pillbox hat and white accessories. They are now at home at 1020 Ward Lane. Out - of - town guests here for the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Franceour of Parma; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. John Clark o! Luxora; Mrs. Lawrence Clark of El Centre, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Billie Gardner of West Memphis Mrs. Robert Shaver of Little Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Haynes of Jonesboro; Mrs. Ken Powell of Covington, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Beecy of Caruthersville; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richey and daughter Cindy of Tupelo; Mr. and Mrs. Stratt Rounsavall and family of Greenville, Miss.; and Mrs. Cecil Lunsford of Chicago. Mrs. Outlaw Honored By SS Glass Willing Workers Class of Junior Four of First Baptist Church met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. M- C. Outlaw, class ;eacher. The event was a birthday social honoring Mrs. Outlaw. Dinner was served. Opening prayer was said by Katie Brock and Mrs. Outlaw gave a devotional on "Witnessing." Closing prayer was led by Debbie Abbott. " '' ''•' ".••:.' 1 • •.- ,•,. J • > Social and Personal Notes David Sudbury, student at Southern Methodist University, will be a delegate to the 48th biennial congress of Alpha Tail Omega fraternity at Macknac Island, Mich., Aug. 24-27. He will represent the SMU chapter. 'Dr. D. J. Brewer left Saturday or the' annual homecoming for Calmer College of Chiropractic at. Davenport, Iowa. He 'will be away three days. • Chief Pelty Officer and 'Mrs. lames C. Childers are 'the par- »nts of a son, James Robert, jorn July 23 at Cubi Point Na/al Hospital in the ' Philippines. Mr. Childers. is. the son of. Mr. ind Mrs. James Childers of Lux- ra. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Tal- Kitt of Bethesda, Md., will ar- ive tomorrow for a brief visit nth her sister, Mrs. E. R. Maon, .and Mr. Mason. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Peery of Port Meyers, Fla., formerly of ilytheville, are visiting friends ere. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips r. and children have returned rom a 10 • day vacation at Jaytona Beach, Fla. Mrs. Harry A. Haihes ' and aughters, Elizabeth, Harriett hd Margaret, accompanied by week here with their grandparents;- ' ""••' "• " Mrs. Jack Hunt, Mrs. Grover Heath of Kennett, Barbara Hunt Barbara Overby and Phyllis Hunt were in Memphis last night to attend the Beatle concert at the Coliseum. Out - of • town people in Blytheville this week to attend the funeral of Guy Gean included Emmett Hill and daughter of Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. John Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Griggs of Ripley, Tenn; Mrs. Ben Hill of O^fpola * UL uoLCUla, Mrs. Richard Holden of Lake City; Mrs; Dave Keltner of Dell; Mrs. D. L. VanCleve of Jonesboro; Mrs. Marion Campbell and children, Mrs. Jimmy Hall, Bob Gean, Mrs. Wade Ward, Mrs. Cecil Jackson and Mrs. Ethel Campbell, all of Memphis; Jimmy Gean of Sikeston; the Rev. and Mrs. Vernon Gean of Augusta; Mrs. Eva Gean of Milwaukee; the Rev. P. H. Jerhigan of Jonesboro, the Rev. Gene Shultz of Lakeland, Fla.; and Mr. and Mrs. Tweedie Koonce of Rjsco. , . . . Mrs. George Stilwell of Lilbourn, Mo., who has been a patient at Chickasawba Hospital since July 27, was dismissed to- Nell Smart and Lauren Jamison were in Memphis yesterday to attend the Beatle concert at the Coliseum. Members of Blytheville Rebek. ah Lodge No. 18 attending the District Four 'm 1 e e ting held Thursday night in Corning were Wj-s.' Barney Cozart; Mrs.-Earl McGregor, Mrs. Harvey Baldridge;-- :••• ••••- ' : •'•••-•• Mrs. Leland Hodge, Mrs: W. f. Warren, Miss .Ann Nance, \trs. Ernest Johnson, Mrs. Harold McClanahan and Mrs. Jewel Robinson. Miss Kae-Vates',- daughter of Mr.'and Mrs. Mike Yates, left PTA Reports A Parent Teacher Association County school of instruction will be held Thursday at the R.E.A. Building. Registration will be at 9 a.m. and the meeting will last until noon. Centra! Elementary School P. T.A. will serve as host. Central Elementary School Parent Teacher Association executive commietee will m e e i Wednesday at the school, 9:3( SHOP.. r~ FOR ALL YOUR BACK-TO-SCHOOL NEEDS OPEN SUNDAY 12 NOON TIL 6 P.M. TWO LOCATIONS Air Baae Highway • Franklin & Cherry THEATRE Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE 'THE MONEY TRAP" with Glenn Ford 'SEyEN WOMEN" with Anne Bancroft SUN. - MON. - TUES. ;Scruh-a-Dub-Dub Scrub-a-dub-dubbing and getting nothing but dark circles under'your eyes? It surely isn't mascara from those fluttering lashes don't use soap and water. Try instead a professional and gentle treatment for those orbs. Apply mascara remover on those caked lashes and you'll no dark circles after all your efforts. ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA ••«•••••••••••*••••••• Lost Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE 'CITY OF FEAR" with Terry Moore 'YOUNG FURY" with Rory Calhoun SUN. - MON. - TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE stewardess for United Airlines. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe will have as their guests tomorrow her son, Kenneth Taylor, Mrs. Taylor and two children of Memphis...;.... : . Mr. and Mrs. Melvin E. Carwile have as their .guests her parents Mr. -. and Mrs. T. H. Wingfjeld, and her sister,--Miss Gail Wingfield, all of Triangle, Va. '. day. Mr. Stilwell came to accompany his wife home. Coming Events Monday ..American Legion Auxiliary meets at Little Hut, 8 p.m.. First Christian C.W.F. having general meeting. .'...-.Christ Methodist W.S.C.S. meets Meeting of City Beautiful Corn- niission, 7:30 p.m. 97th Field Maintenance Wives nj'e'eting at.Service Club '• Gosnell E,H. Club meets Altrusa Club has program meeting ' ' : . . Dell Baptist W.M.O. rneet? Joy Rebekah. Lodge 57 meeting, 7:30 p.m. Rebekah Lodge 18 meeting at IOOF Hall, 8 p.m. . Tuesday Eastern Star Chapter 279, OES meets at Masonic Temple. •Arrnbrel-ettes E. H. Club meets Business and Professional Wo- Mrs. H. R. Childress of Louis- men's Club meets for business, vale, Ky., is the houseguest of ~ her daughter, Mrs. Alvis Carpenter, the Rev. Mr. Carpenter and family. • -David SBymore, SOB Of Mr. and .Mrs; Hubert Seymore, will arrive tomorrow to spend a week with his parents. He is doing graduate work at University of Southern Mississippi at Hattiesburg and will return there for the fall semester following his visit here. Mr. and Mrs. R. W; Vrska and daughter Mary of-Memphis will spend tomorrow with her parentSj Mr. and Mrs.'Comelius Modinger. They will be accompanied home by their two sons who have spent the past 7 p.m. Women Golfers of Blytheville Country Club meet for luncheon, 12 o'clock. .Games before lunch start at 9 a.m. Officers Wives Club having PBJVU.EGI8 AUTnoKlZED »'* SECOND CLASS MAIL BlftheTllle Courlei Newi BLYTHEVILLE. 4RK !•!¥ • t'UUi Bui; W aalnei, Publisher 3rd M Wainul Stl BlythevUJe At*. Publla&ed datl; except Sunday Second clau Dmt*g* DUO tt Blr* thevllle Ark HOME OBLIVEnY BATES nd r.own* IB Dally per waek BY MAIL PAYABLE It* AOVANUb Wttbln 60 miles of Blythtvlll* $8.00 par year Inre tbafi 50 tnUiis Ir.otr Blythevtlli 118.00 per year Newewneri'Coffee, M • m. . IOOF Lodge members meet •t IOOF mil, 8 p.m. . NCO Wives Club having social it NCO Club. . , , , Clear Lake Baptist WMU meets. ..'.•Armorel WMU meets at church, T:30 p m. Past Noble Grand Club of Rebekah, Lodge No. 18 meets at 7:30 p.m. Dogwood EH Club meets. Wednesday •Kiwanis Club meets at Goft Hotel, 12 o'clock SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 76c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. SATURDAY Double Feature Both in Color Come by 7:15 See Both Features Come by 10:00 See All of "Henry Orient" SUN.-MON.-TUES. Double Feature Both in Color Come by 7:15 See Both Features Come by 9:20 See "Love and Kisses" THE MENU Sunday, Aug. 21 APPl-TEASER SALAD COFFEE Oil TEA ENTREE (CHOOSE FROM 25) VEGETABLES (CHOOSE FROM 12) DESSERT $1.75 Blythevilles Newest and Finest Restaurant 950 Business Man's Luncheon Man. through Sat Large Choice ... Twenty five entrees!!! Not possible??? But H Is possible at the Drummer Boy because of an unusual method ar system In food handling and preparation - made possible because •fa fabulous array of carefully selected cookinf equipment which was custom designed to support a menu with unbelievable selection. We do not pre cook an; entrees -every order is freshly prepared to your special order. You can see and taste the difference. Beef - Pork - Fowl- Sea Foods DRUMMER BOY MOTEL AND RESTAURANT 1020 S. Division PO 3-8168 i A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER By Mrs. Buddy Howard Geo. Washington, even with his muscular power, was in til health during, .his whole life. Beethoven was deaf, yet he wrote music. Helen Keller had three strikes against her; deaf mute and' blind; .Yet,, she became one of the world's greatest personalities. John Milton continued to write poetry after his eye sight failed him. Homer was also blind. Robert E. Lee, defeated In war, became a great educator. Dostoyovsky, the Russian novelist was an epileptic. Hideo Noguchi, brilliant Japanese bacteriologist who paved the way for; syphilis cure, had a childhood in pitiable poverty. Worse yet, at age three, his left hand and arm were badly crippled in an accident. -F.D.R., a crippled polio victim was elected 'President four times. P.T. Barnum of circus .fame had to start sH over again at age 60; gained greater-fame and fortune thai; in earlier years. J. C. Penney had horrible- financial reserves In the depression but he continued,- built » department store empire to expanded greatness. Such people from all over the world, show us how to face ,reality..Stevenson spotlights such examples in these words: "You must some time fight it out or perish; and If that be so, then,why not now, and where you stand?" .... MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL HOME Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing .Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week LAST TIME TODAY "FIREBALL 500" with f rankle Avalon & Annette Funicello SUN.-MON.-TUES. For Adults & Mature Young People THEY STICK UP THE QUEEN MARYJN MID-ATLANTIC! 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